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BradJill
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2022年1月
The Mau Ping Ancient Trail is situated in the Ma On Shan Country Park. It links Tai Shui Hang to the ancient (now abandoned) village of Mau Ping. You can use this trail starting at the Chevalier Garden Estate (outside the Tai Shui Hang MTR Station) and hike up to the Mau Ping Resting Area deep within the country park where the trail ends. The trail is around 3.8 km, is fairly easy to walk and includes a couple of points of interest along the way.

The first 1.8 km is fairly dull. You simply walk up a paved road from the MTR Station to the Mui Tsz Lam Village. Once you pass a small bridge and then enter the village, just stick to the paved trail on the left. It will take you past the village where the ancient trail through the forest begins. Otherwise, if you walk through the village, keep veering to the left and you'll work yourself to the same location where you find the same trail ancient trail, made of old stone steps placed by villagers in the distant past.

The ancient trail wanders for nearly 2 km through fairly dense forest with tall and mature trees, affording lots of shade. It crosses streams and forested hillsides. You will eventually find yourself at the abandoned village of Mau Ping. Mostly old ruins here but one house in particular remains standing on the side of the trail. This is known as the Mau Ping House. Take a picture or two and then you can continue onward.

A few hundred metres past the old village, you will reach the Mau Ping Resting Area where the ancient trail basically ends. There is another point of interest here. In the back of the resting area is a short entrance into the forest. There you will find a giant twisted vine that is resting upon the remains of an old concrete public toilet structure that is no longer in use. This is a beautiful and huge specimen, a really cool natural point of interest on this trail.

From the Resting Area at Mau Ping, you have a few options. You can turn back and return along the same Mau Ping Ancient Trail back to Tai Shui Hang. Alternatively, you can connect north or south along the MacLehose Stage 4 trail that intersects here. The most popular route however is to continue east on the Pak Kong Trail to Sai Kung village.

The Pak Kong Trail is around 1.5 km and pretty much all downhill from the Mau Ping Resting Area, making use of the same ancient stone steps style trail you walked on the Mau Ping Ancient Trail. As you approach the village of Pak Kong, you will enter a bamboo forrest that has a couple really cool areas where the tall bamboo shoots on the side of the trail bend over creating a tunnel effect and prompting the informal name of this area - Bamboo Tunnel.

From the Bamboo Tunnel, you can proceed further down to Pak Kong and then onward to Sai Kung around 2 km away on foot. From there have a meal, round of drinks and walk along the promenade before catching public bus back to the city.
發表日期:2022年2月1日
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EastmeetsWestAB
英國倫敦1,367 則投稿
2021年4月 • 好友旅行
We visited this place recently and it is easy to find. Take the mtr to Tai Shui Hang stop and head towards Mui Tsz Lam Road. Once you are on the road heads towards the village, from there, the trail starts.

The trail is covered with trees and so majority of the walk is covered. Perfect for hot summer. Part of the trail is stone paved and some of the old walls are covered with moss. The abandoned houses are also fab.

Once you reached Mau Ping Au, there is an open field, on the right hand side, there is where the vine king is! Make sure you do not sit on the vine King. Absolutely stunning.

Once you are done, continued your trail to Pak Kong 北港 and you will see the bamboo forest. The bamboo forest is beautiful !

Worth a hike. The walk is easy except the last bit it may be a bit steep.
發表日期:2021年4月29日
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